Touching the Sound: The Improbable Journey of Nobuyuki Tsujii
Nobuyuki Tsujii’s mother knew her young son had a special gift when she sang Jingle Bells one day and he played along on his toy piano. He was not even two years old, and had been blind since birth. This inspiring documentary traces Nobuyuki’s journey to becoming a world-class pianist, from his childhood and student years to his Carnegie Hall debut and the world’s concert halls. The film shows not only his extraordinary talent, but his charming sincerity and ability to connect with audiences.
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